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Snow and icy weather has hit west London overnight following a yellow Met Office weather warning for the capital.

Metropolitan Police urged Hillingdon residents to stay at home as roads has become "impassable."

The force wrote on twitter: "Please do not travel unless it is an emergency."

London will face "bitterly cold temperatures" throughout Sunday (December 10).

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Met Police tweets warnings about travel conditions due to snow, slush and ice

Met Police continues to warn about driving and travel conditions on twitter

Disruptions on Piccadilly and Central lines

Piccadilly line is still disrupted due to a broken down train on the line and snow which is affecting trains power supplies.

Trains are severely delayed and there is no service between Acton Town and Uxbridge, and between Arnos Grove and Cockfoster.

There are also severe delays on Central line due to snow.

Jubilee line has reopened and is running normally.

Metropolitan line partially reopenes with severe delays

Metropolitan line services resume with severe delays, Transport for London (TfL) said. There is still no service between Harrow on the Hill and Baker Street and Baker Street and Aldgate. Service is also still down between Harrown on the Hill and Amersham, Chemsham, Watford, Uxbridge.

Ice warning for west London

The Met office has issued a yellow ice warning for west London and the South.

No service on entire Metropolitan line

There is still no service on the entire Metropolitan line due to snow.

Heathrow Airport comments on flight disruptions

Read the full story and statement by Heathrow Airport here

Heathrow flights affected by snow

Flights to and from Heathrow are affected by snow, travel monitor Inrix reports. Passengers are advised to check flight statuses before travelling.

Picture shows drivers braving wintry conditions in London

Get West London reader Stephanie Bayford posted this image on our Facebook page.

Drivers brave the wintry conditions in London
Drivers brave the wintry conditions in London (Image: Stephanie Bayford)

Video shows police officers pushing a Mercedes in the London snow

Twitter user Jesal Parshotam posted this video showing met Police officers coming to the aid of a stranded Mercedes S-Class.

Travel advice by Highways England

Highways England has posted this travel advice for drivers travelling in wintry conditions.

No service on Metropolitan line and parts of Central, Jubilee lines due to snow

Tube services have been halted because of power supply problems due to snow.

There is no service on the entire Metropolitan line due to power supply issues caused by snow, travel monitor Inrix reports.

Service on Central line has halted between North Acton and West Ruislip, with delays on the entire route.

Jubilee line services between Willesden Green and Stanmore have also ground to a halt due to snow.

London overground services between London Euston and Watford junction have minor delays due to snow.